Bill Gates and other world leaders praise India for quick vaccine production

Numerous worldwide leaders such as tech genius Bill Gates and the Director-General of the World Health Company Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus have congratulated India for its fast and definitive actions regarding the coronavirus vaccine.

” It’s excellent to see India’s leadership in scientific innovation and vaccine manufacturing capability as the world works to end the COVID-19 pandemic,” Bill Gates tweeted on Tuesday while tagging the Prime Minister’s official Twitter account.

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The message has come two days after the Drug Controller General of India authorized AstraZeneca/Oxford’s vaccine Covishield– which is being made by the Serum Institute of India– and Bharat Biotech’s indigenously established vaccine Covaxin.

Director-General of the World Health Company Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus likewise took to Twitter to praise India for this achievement. “India continues to take definitive action & show its willpower to end COVID19 pandemic.

#India continues to take decisive action & demonstrate its resolve to end #COVID19 pandemic. As the’s largest vaccine manufacturer it’s well put to do so.
If we #ACTogether, we can make sure reliable & safe vaccines are used to protect the most vulnerable all over @narendramodi

— Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (@DrTedros) January 4, 2021

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” As the largest vaccine producing country in the world, I wish to offer one more assurance to the worldwide community today. India’s vaccine production and delivery capacity will be utilized to assist all mankind in fighting this crisis,” he continued.

On Tuesday, the Indian federal government likewise announced that the country is all set to present its coronavirus vaccination campaign within 10 days as part of emergency situation use authorisation( EUA).

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